Be found by more than 600+ million Chinese internet users

“亲,猜你喜欢”???  A lot of question marks when talking about China’s market?

Take the worry out of your Chinese marketing campaign!

Market Me China aims to help western companies expand their business through China Online Marketing. In order to save you time, we offer a “One-Stop-Shopof China online marketing – the unique knowledge of technical, cultural and language in the same package,  with opportunities to be found by more than half a billion Chinese internet users.


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Online marketing in China

Saving your time to find different agencies for different needs is one of the unique benefits of working with us. We are effectively a “One-Stop Shop” for all online marketing services, from Chinese translation, web design, branding to SEO, PPC, social media marketing, copywriting as well as customer liaison/support. 

Using technology to provide tailor-made online marketing strategies,  we aim to explore opportunities for you to be found by Chinese internet users even if you don’t have a presence in China.

Four Steps to help you to enter the China’s market

  • Listening
    Our focus is on you!
    Our aim is always to listen and learn you to fully understand your goals and your Chinese target customers.
  • Planning
    Plan to succeed!
    We will develop a tailor-made Chinese online marketing strategy to help your business be seen in the Chinese market.
  • Doing
    From planning to action!
    We will use the many online marketing technology and tools to implement your online marketing strategies in China.
  • Improving
    Analyse and enhance!
    Once live we will monitor the performance looking at data tracking and methods to enhance your performance.

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  • 24 July, 2014
  • What is the forecast for China online shopping? In 2006 eCommerce in China was still mostly restricted to computers. The country’s mCommerce market generated $163million worth of revenue. A large portion of that was apps and in-app purchases, paid for by adding the cost to the user’s monthly phone bill. By 2011, China was beginning to show it had the potential for mCommerce growth, with credit card providers teaming up with mobile communications firms (source: Circle ID). Even then, commentators were still only talking about possibilities. (more...)